Dabo Swinney has returned to Bryant-Denny Stadium.
The Clemson coach and former Alabama assistant/player was in Tuscaloosa on Saturday for the Crimson Tide’s reunion of the 1992 team. Swinney was a wide receiver at Alabama in 1992, his third season on the team.
After his playing career ended, Swinney immediately spent eight seasons as an assistant coach for the Tide. He started coaching as an assistant at Clemson in 2003, before becoming the Tigers’ head coach in 2009.
According to SEC Country’s Christopher Walsh, Swinney was quickly hugging and taking pictures with his former teammates prior to Alabama’s game against Arkansas.
Dabo Swinney's enjoying himself at Bryant-Denny. Lots of hugs, he's giving people his phone to take photos of him with former teammates
— Christopher Walsh (@WritingWalsh) October 14, 2017
And for those who wondered, Swinney was wearing neither crimson nor orange, but rather a more neutral color, as seen in this picture by ESPN’s Alex Scarborough:
— Alex Scarborough (@AlexS_ESPN) October 14, 2017
Swinney’s appearance in Tuscaloosa came less than 24 hours after his No. 2-ranked Clemson squad was upset by Syracuse on the road.
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